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If you've been tortured by the CIA, you're not allowed to talk about it with anyone aside from your lawyer.
Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo victims of torture seek justice in US courts.
Iraq is wracked by detentions, torture, and executions, and fingers are pointing at Prime Minister Maliki.
Although heavily implied, one thing Obama didn't directly mention in his State of the Union speech was drones.
By allowing surrogate countries to take the blame, America can conveniently forget about being responsible for torture.
As the leading suppliers, users and developers of drones, the US and Israel have defined the landscape of the industry.
Regardless of Palestine's status at the UN, until one side breaks the mould, rockets and bodies will continue to fall.
Spate of executions, mass detentions and alleged torture raise concerns over country's human rights situation.
If the government prevails, observers at any of the 9/11 hearings would see, but not hear those on trial, writes Hajjar.
A recently uncovered FBI 'primer' document on interrogation techniques cites manuals from the CIA's dark past.
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